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Final Project For Freshman Biology

6 different kingdoms
2 million different species
7 taxonomic rankings/ranks
7 features of life
Those are some numbers for you to learn and use
To grow and die, to reproduce
Homeostasis and energy use
Cell composition
Environment reaction
And differentiation
Those are characteristics of life
Dont make a schism this isnt plagiarism
These are my own words of wisdom
Hierarchy levels classify organisms
Theres eight sections in the taxonomic prism
You got 3 different Domains
Archaea Bacteria Eukarya
Then six separate Kingdoms
Animalia, Plantae, Protista,
Bacteria, Archaea, Fungis
Phylum Class Order Family Species
Thats the end of the series
These organisms have different skulls, teeth, and Feces
Some are unicellular, being only one cell
Others are multi-cellular this helps them as well
Some have cell walls outside them
Made of more than one substance
Theres cellulose, chitin
Or peptidoglycan
Ind(and) weve came to the end of this verse
Unity and Diversitys done
Now we can move on to Homeostasis son

When there is change in an environment
The organism has to stand up and resist it
All creatures do it, like regulating temperature
Or making glucose levels Coincide with energy level inside
When the temperature is hot
You has got to
Produce a lot of sweat, which will cool you down
Until sundown when temperature goes down
Now you need some methods to warm up
And stay hot like to shiver so you dont get a fever
Your hairs will stand on end and then create a layer
Of insulated heat, thats pretty sweet now you wont freeze or feel the breeze of the seas.
When a concentration outside the cell is greater to it
That means the inside of the cell is hypotonic
While the area outside of it is hypertonic
The aim of it is to become isotonic
And to space everything out, what the cells objective is about
Is using different ways, to change the cell layout
Of water by using passive diffusion, like osmosis
Endocytosis and exocytosis are some ways
And of course, facilitated diffusion and active transport.

All of the organisms the bio-junction
Have specific structures that meet their function
Enzymatic RE-ACTION!
They have different enzymes inside their bodies
Theyre always specific to the to the substrates
So enzymes, they act as a catalyst
Making the slowest reactions become the quickest
On the cells inside, you will find
Organelles of different kinds
Designed and Aligned for different purposes
Theres 3 of them that you must know
Mitochondrion, they are power house of the cell
Water and other materials are under their control
Endoplasmic Reticulum, is the transport system
Theres a rough and a smooth
The rough has ribosomes
The smooth aint got none
Finally the cytoskeleton
Its made of microtubules and gives shape and support

Macromolecules are recognized
Dont be surprised theyre organized
Into carbohydrates, fatty acids
Proteins, and nucleic acids
Carbs are the bodys main source of energy
Glucose and Fructose are monosaccharides
When bonded they make sucrose, a disaccharide.
And wartch as they form a strand called a starch
Proteins are made of amino acids, they can be
Membrane proteins are intracellular
Nucleic Acids can be RNA or DNA
Fatty acids or lipids can be an array
Of different things including oils, waxes, fats, hormones,

In The Transfer, of energy and matter
Theres so much to cover it all matters
Like muscular, reparatory, circulatory,
photosynthesis, respiration, and digestion
But right now imma just focus on one
Which is the respiratory system
The path that specifically deals with breathing
The breath, comes in through your nazal cavity
Or maybe for some it goes through yo teeth
It travels through the pharynx, past the larynx
And into the lungs
After this it goes through the bronchi
And to the the alveoli where the oxygen
binds to the hemoglobin
and from there on its carried on
by another system called circulation